The city of Loganville passed new alcohol ordinances that allow bars and restaurants anywhere in the city’s Main Street District at Thursday night’s full council meeting.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Apr. 18, 2019
A chain hotel is looking to locate in Loganville, having submitted its first set of site plans to the city. Best Western Plus is looking to construct a location behind the Starbucks on Logan Drive within the city of Loganville.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Apr. 11, 2019
The Georgia Department of Transportation maintains the city’s three major arteries: U.S. 78 and state Routes 20 and 81. And while the city can request GDOT to make certain changes, the state ultimately has final say on what does or doesn’t happen on those roadways.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Apr. 8, 2019
The City of Loganville will examine pay for its municipal judge and solicitor, as well as term lengths for the judge. Neither position has seen a pay increase in 17 years.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Mar. 28, 2019
At a work session Monday, the group discussed changing the distance requirements between churches and bars, open container rules and the ratio of revenue restaurants can make off food and alcohol.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Mar. 14, 2019
City officials believe the bill would drastically limit their ability to regulate housing construction and prevent the use of better materials inside city limits.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 1, 2019
Recently, the Loganville City Council has been wrestling with what to do about “outdoor storage.” The term, more or less, means people in the city not cleaning up their yards and refusing to do so even after the city’s code officers slap them with citations.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Feb. 13, 2019
The Loganville water system was recently awarded the designation of Outstanding Performer by the Environmental Protection Division (EPD) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 5, 2019
The city bought up chunks of land around downtown in 2015 and 2016 with the goal of selling them to the right developer at the right time with the right plan to crank the engine of renewal.
Source: Walton Tribune | Posted: Jan. 16, 2019